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Surveillance photos released after bank robbery

Investigators hope surveillance photos will help them catch the three people who robbed a Valdosta Bank Tuesday.

Look at these pictures taken by a security camera near the bank.

See that white car?

The three bank robbers are in that car.

It was parked behind Sam's Club next door to the bank, then two men and a woman got out,walked into Certus bank, fired shots into the ceiling and ordered everyone to the floor.

After getting the money, they jumped back into this car and drove away.

"We don't know if they're still in the area or not," said Capt. Bobbi McGraw. "Do not approach them. If you believe these are the folks responsible for the bank robbery, call 9-1-1. "Do not approach them. Do not take matters into your own hands. They are armed and dangerous.

Police are reviewing surveillance tape from the bank, although they won't release that to us.

Since the robbers were headed toward Hill Avenue, police will check with businesses on that street to see if their security cameras caught a glimpse of them.


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